Based in London’s gallery-abundant Fitzrovia district, Gallery Rosenfeld is a contemporary art gallery with a wide international outlook. Formerly Rosenfeld Porcini, the gallery was established in 2011 by Ian Rosenfeld and Dario Porcini. Within its two-story gallery space, Gallery Rosenfeld presents contemporary artists from across the globe.Read More
Gallery Rosenfeld Artists
Gallery Rosenfeld represents a diverse roster of international contemporary artists at various stages in their career.
Among the established and mid-career artists are Riccardo Guarneri, a visual artist and musician closely connected to the influential Italian Pittura Analitica movement that emerged in the 1970s; American sculptor Leonardo Drew, who makes abstract sculptures from discarded materials; and Sebastián Gordín, who gained recognition in Argentina in the late 1980s for his fake magazine covers and playful installations .
Gallery Rosenfeld also represents younger artists who are fast emerging on the international art scene. These include London-based Korean multidisciplinary artist Bongsu Park, who choreographs dance to explore concepts of unity; Chinese painter of cryptic and realistic but surreal figurative works, Ruozhe Xue; and Girjesh Kumar Singh, an Indian sculptor who carves groups of figures into broken bricks from demolished houses to address uncomfortable social truths.
The gallery also works with Shuster + Moseley, a collaborative conceptual art studio established by Claudia Moseley and Edward Shuster, which employs geometry, optics, glass, and light to explore aspects of consciousness and technology.
Gallery Rosenfeld Exhibitions and Art Fairs
Presenting its international roster to a London audience, Gallery Rosenfeld holds several in-depth solo and duo exhibitions each year. The gallery also draws together an international cast of established and emerging artists in themed group exhibitions, while organising shows that feature works of Modern masters to highlight underlying continuities in the story of art.
Gallery Rosenfeld participates in several major art fairs including Frieze New York; Untitled Art, Miami; EXPO Chicago; Art Brussels; Art Dubai; The Armory Show, New York; Zona MACO, Mexico City; and 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair, London.
As the strength of global galleries attending has increased, the proportion of participating galleries with a base in Shanghai has decreased.
In 1988, Leonardo Drew arguably found his artistic voice with his seminal work Number 8. Using rope, animal hide, raccoon skull and a dead bird, Number 8 is a black mass of detrit
Leonardo Drew (b. 1961) considers himself an elder statesman of the art world. In his first exhibition, at age 13, he showed a larger than life painting of Captain America. His natural talent for draf
Leonardo Drew’s wooden assemblages inspire a distinctly energetic choreography. Employing the minute and the monumental as coconspirators in his visual schema, Drew facilitates an unanchored viewing e
The Aga Khan Museum's new exhibit, Rebel, Jester, Mystic, Poet: Contemporary Persians, features 27 contemporary works by 23 Iranian artists, on loan to the museum from Iranian business consultant an
'As you're going through, just stay loose, and digest,' Leonardo Drew tells visitors who approach him at Sikkema Jenkins & Co., where his work is currently on display. Last week during our conversation at the gallery, groups flocked to the artist, seeking elucidations. Drew was kind—always with a smile on his face, usually...
'In this episode of the Viewpoints podcast, we'll hear from artist [Leonardo Drew ]and curator Larry Ossei-Mensah, two link-minded voices in contemporary art,' says Mary Sabbatino, Vice President